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St. Joseph health! - Summer 2014

Franciscan Women's Care

At Franciscan we’re committed to providing compassionate, comprehensive and unique care women need throughout life. Whether you’re having a baby, working toward a healthier lifestyle or managing a chronic condition, you’ll find everything you need at Franciscan clinics, hospitals and women’s care centers located throughout the South Sound.

St. Joseph Medical Center

1717 S. J St.
Tacoma, WA 98405
253-426-4101
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Patient care is our priority

At St. Joseph Medical Center, we offer the following women’s care services:

Breast Health and Mammography
Have you had your annual mammogram? See a list of Franciscan screening mammography locations and schedule your appointment today! Franciscan offers the most comprehensive breast health services in the South Sound at a number of facilities.

Family Birth Centers
Franciscan is the destination for exceptional and comprehensive maternity care in the South Sound. Our birth centers in Tacoma, Federal Way and Enumclaw and skilled obstetricians, nurses, certified midwives, and perinatologists who provide care for mom’s who may have high-risk pregnancies offer complete, compassionate and personalized care around the clock for every circumstance.

Gynecology and Pelvic Health
For adolescent care to childbirth planning and obstetrics, to post-reproductive health (menopause, hormone and other issues) for women, we offer primary care for girls and women of all ages. With minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery and gynecologic oncology (cancer) care, Franciscan provides women’s health, screenings and treatment through every stage of life.

Franciscan also provides for all unique women’s health care needs, including weight management and heart and vascular care. We want to see all women and their families receive the health care they need. Visit our Community Resources page.

Take charge of your health

We've put a wealth of health information at your fingertips! Use this website to:

If you are a heart disease survivor or living at risk of heart disease, attend WomenHeart of Pierce County the last Tuesday of the month, 5 - 7 p.m.